Here’s some events that we are involved in, or think you’d like to know about:
Getting net zero on track: a workshop with Hope for the Future This will explore the role of People’s Assemblies for a zero carbon future. Fri 31st Jan 2020 6pm at Edmund Kell Hall. Book tickets here.
Community conversations will be hosted in venues across Southampton from February through to the Summer. We’re teaming up with SO:Linked for these community events. We’ll be there with our Health Model Village. Join us to share your ideas on the local gems of our neighbourhoods. Please note, that the 1 February event that was due to take place in Shirley and Millbrook is being rearranged for later in 2020.
Southampton Art in Health Forum Next meeting is on Mon 3rd Feb 2020 at 10pm at Gods House Tower. This is a combined meeting with CHAOS (Creative Heritage and Arts Organisations of Southampton). We’ll talk health in more detail at 11.30am and over lunch.
Breathing Spaces Our year’s pilot project in St Denys focused on community responses to air quality issues is coming to an end. The community remains active with projects and we are evaluating this impact of the project. Thanks to the hundreds of people who have engaged in this project.
Introduction to Social Enterprise Wed 5 Feb 2020 10am – 4pm at October Books SO17 2NF Free, plus lunch (vegan friendly) and refreshments provided. Run Co-operative Assistance Network Limited (www.can.coop) for anyone interested in learning more about the Social Enterprise and Co-operative Business Sectors and how local people might access or create suitable employment and self-employment options for themselves. Contact: Chris Funnell email firstname.lastname@example.org (Not a Southampton Collective event).
We can’t save the environment without changing the economy. An event with Nathan Brown organised by Transition Southampton Wed 5th Feb 2020 7pm at October Books. (Not a Southampton Collective event).
See Breathing Spaces , for updates on events and activities around clean air.
See our blog on street events in St Denys 20 July 2019.